Escape The Fate Felt Betrayed By Max Green’s Departure To Falling In Reverse

by Zack Zarrillo - Jun 18, 2014

Max Green left Escape The Fate again this year to join Falling In Reverse following the Bury The Hatchet Tour and before Warped Tour. Escape The Fate recently discussed that decision and all that took place around it. Read a full interview here and a snippet below after the jump.

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Escape The Fate Announce UK/EU Tour

by Zack Zarrillo - Jun 15, 2014

Escape The Fate will be heading to Europe in October. Check out the dates below after the jump.

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Max Green (ex-Escape The Fate) Joins Falling In Reverse

by Zack Zarrillo - May 12, 2014

Mex Green, formerly of Escape The Fate, is officially Falling In Reverse's new bassist. You can read a report from AltPress below after the jump.

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Escape The Fate “Picture Perfect” Music Video

by Zack Zarrillo - May 6, 2014

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Escape The Fate has released a music video  for “Picture Perfect.” Watch the video below after the jump. 

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Escape The Fate “Picture Perfect” Music Video Trailer

by Zack Zarrillo - May 1, 2014

Escape The Fate has released a music video trailer for “Picture Perfect.” Watch the preview below after the jump.

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Escape The Fate, Pop Evil Co-Headlining Tour

by Zack Zarrillo - Mar 12, 2014

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Escape The Fate and Pop Evil are going on a co-headlining tour in May. Check out the dates below after the jump.

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Falling In Reverse, Escape The Fate Expecting Bury The Hatchet Part II Tour

by Zack Zarrillo - Feb 21, 2014

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Falling In Reverse and Escape The Fate are expecting to go out on a Bury The Hatchet Part II Tour. Check out a report from AltPress below after the jump.

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Escape The Fate Bury The Hatchet Tour Video

by Zack Zarrillo - Feb 16, 2014

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Escape The Fate are out on the Bury The Hatchet Tour. Watch a tour video below after the jump.

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Escape The Fate Bury The Hatchet Tour Set List

by Zack Zarrillo - Jan 18, 2014

Escape The Fate are out on the Bury The Hatchet Tour. Check out their set list from the tour below after the jump. 

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Craig Mabbitt’s Dead Rabbitts Sign To Tragic Hero; Recording With Andrew Wade (ADTR)

by Zack Zarrillo - Nov 21, 2013

Dead Rabbitts (Craig Mabbitt of Escape The Fate) have signed to Tragic Hero Records and will begin recording their new album with Andrew Wade (A Day To Remember). Check out a message from the band below after the jump.

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The Weekender: In Defense Of.., Questions ADTR’s Involvement With JJ Raise, And Sutures For Transit’s Future

by Zack Zarrillo - Nov 9, 2013

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Welcome to PropertyOfZack: Weekender edition. Every Saturday, we’ll be bringing you some of biggest and most interesting stories of the past week from our own content to stories or breaking news. If you’ve had a busy week and want to catch up with some light reading, we hope this is for you.

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In Defense Of The ‘Punk Goes…’ Series

Punk Goes Christmas feels as fresh and innovative as the first Punk Goes Pop, and that burst of creative spark and panache is just what the doctor ordered for a series that was mired and flailing in paint-by-numbers Top 40 covers.

Dare I say it — Punk Goes… is back, and is nearly as strong as ever? Take this as an open invitation to kick me when Punk Goes Pop Eleven Billion hits shelves, but I think Fearless has learned from the middling-to-downright-bitter reception the past few compilations received. A shakeup in themes will do them some good (via Erik van Rheenen).

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Kevin Lyman Shames Escape The Fate

Kevin Lyman is a man of true power. For 19 years he has built, maintained, and developed what has become the backbone for the majority of the punk/alternative scene. Men of such power are not always kind humans at heart, but Kevin Lyman is and always has been. When you see someone like Lyman snap, you know it’s for good reason.

It wasn’t surprising when Escape The Fate announced this past week that they had dropped off Warped Tour EU and their UK tour with Chiodos due to their recent drama-filled history. However, Craig Mabbitt told fans the tour had to be cancelled due to his girlfriend’s expected child delivery being delayed - and you know what? That’s not something one usually lies about, so fans believed him. 

Kevin Lyman however knows the truth, and the truth is that Mabbitt lied about the tour cancellation, which has nothing to do with the delayed birth of his new child. Yes, the frontman of Escape The Fate used a lie regarding his unborn child as an excuse to drop off of a tour, which is bottom line disgusting. 

Bands can get away with crossing many people behind the scenes as long as they still have a strong fan base. But there are some industry people you can’t screw over, and one of them is Kevin Lyman.

Escape The Fate are also apparently bankrupt. Get ready for the end. 

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ADTR Paid John Janick/FBR $450K Over 4 Years As Alleged Manager

The majority of A Day To Remember and Victory Records’ court case has focussed around the fulfillment of the band’s contractual recording agreement. This new piece of information however goes off on a tangent, but a very interesting one to say the least. Not to mention that Tony Brummel himself sent this to POZ.

So, what does this mean? A Day To Remember were paying John Janick and Fueled By Ramen Records as a manager for a four year period of time to the sum of $450,000. The total sum of money isn’t what’s important here. What matters is that the band kept Janick and FBR’s involvement secret from Victory Records and the courts until this past summer. The court has decided however that Janick was not a true manager to the band and was only acting as a consultant. 

This will continue to play out however it does in court, but the question must be pondered - Why was Janick “managing” A Day To Remember while being the president of Fueled By Ramen Records? Why were A Day To Remember paying Fueled By Ramen Records? If the band got out of their contract with Victory before Janick had left to Interscope Records, would they have signed with Fueled By? Truly interesting and strange. 

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Transit Announce ‘Futures And Sutures’ Acoustic EP

2013 has been a difficult year for Transit. The band released an album that they love with all of their heart and are proud of, but most of their longtime fans do not feel the same way - and have unfortunately voiced that opinion loudly since Young New England's release in April. Regardless of the dislike however, fans of Transit have also voiced that they want nothing more for the band to succeed.

An acoustic EP is a good way to get that ball rolling once again, especially when you look back at the band’s past. The release of Something Left Behind in early-2011 was accepted with open arms from old and new fans, and to this day holds up as one of the better releases we’ve seen in the past few years from a band in our world. Futures And Sutures follows the same route with reworked acoustic songs from both Listen & Forgive and Young New England

Transit will be supporting the EP while headlining the Acoustic Basement tour this January and February. Support one of your favorite bands this winter.

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Stolen: How Bands Bounce Back From Losing Everything

When it comes to artists being robbed on tour, there’s a third factor in the equation. There are the musicians. That’s a given. There’s the thief in question; that’s a given, too. But, when you fall under the umbrella of touring acts and are under the scope of a scene noted for allegiance to favorite bands, there are also the fans. They play an oft-overlooked but essential role in the whole scheme of things: backing the recovery process (via Erik van Rheenen).

ex-Escape The Fate Member Monte Money Statement Degrading Craig Mabbitt; Claims Band Is Bankrupt

by Zack Zarrillo - Nov 9, 2013

Monte Money, formerly of Escape The Fate, has released a blistering statement aimed at Craig Mabbitt’s countless lies and jabs over the past months. Money has also stated that the band is in a state of bankcupty. Read the statement below after the jump.

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